What I Drew #inktober #inktober2020 #inktober52

A few weeks ago I posted about artist Jake Parker’s Inktober challenge, which involved making a drawing every day through October and posting it on a social media platform of your choice (Twitter in my case). I didn’t quite manage to make a drawing every day, and I certainly didn’t post all my efforts, but I had fun with my doodles and I enjoyed seeing how other participants interpreted the daily prompts. Most of them were better than mine!

Here, as promised, are a few of my efforts, with prompts.

Chef

Crawl

Radio

Shoes

Sleep

Slippery

Storm

Teeth

Wisp

October may be over, but you can still participate in Inktober52 and post a drawing once a week throughout the year. Drawing – and looking at other people’s artwork – can open channels into the subconscious  and unlock great ideas for stories!

Keith’s dream girl

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4 Responses to What I Drew #inktober #inktober2020 #inktober52

  1. As someone who’s just started drawing, I agree that looking at other people’s work does wonders for the inspiration. I enjoyed looking at yours!

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  2. (Kitty) Cat Strawberry - Meow! says:

    Oh wow these are so good. You really have a great gift for creating fun and funny images. I especially love your shoes image and the storm in a teacup, so clever! I couldn’t think what to draw except something so plain, lol So great and you are right that even looking at others work can inspire something creative within. I forgot about the inktober 52 prompts, I should do them to keep something going throughout the year! 😀

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